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Does the Oral-Anal Transit Test Correlate with Colonic Manometry Findings in Children with Refractory Constipation?

Dranove J, Fleishman , Reddy S, Teich S

PURPOSE: The Oral-anal Transit Test (OTT) is a simple method of obtaining information about colonic transit. We aim to assess the correlation of OTT with the neuromuscular integrity of the...
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Clinical Features of Severely Constipated Children: Comparison of Infrequent Bowel Movement and Fecal Soiling Groups

Lee G, Son JS, Bae SH

PURPOSE: To compare the clinical features, diagnostic findings, and medications of children with infrequent bowel movements or fecal soiling. METHODS: This study enrolled 333 children (189 male; age range, 1 month...
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Antifungal Activities of Streptomyces blastmyceticus Strain 12-6 Against Plant Pathogenic Fungi

Kim YJ, Kim JH, Rho JY

Streptomyces blastmyceticus strain 12-6 was isolated from a forest soil sample of Cheonan area on the basis of strong antifungal activities against plant pathogenic fungi. Butanol extracts of the cultural...
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Phytopythium and Pythium Species (Oomycota) Isolated from Freshwater Environments of Korea

Nam B, Choi YJ

Oomycetes are widely distributed in various environments, including desert and polar regions. Depending upon different habits and hosts, they have evolved with both saprophytic and pathogenic nutritional modes. Freshwater ecosystem...
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Acanthamoeba in Southeast Asia – Overview and Challenges

Bunsuwansakul C, Mahboob T, Hounkong K, Laohaprapanon S, Chitapornpan S, Jawjit S, Yasiri A, Barusrux S, Bunluepuech K, Sawangjaroen N, Salibay CC, Kaewjai C, de Lourdes Pereira M, Nissapatorn V

Acanthamoeba, one of free-living amoebae (FLA), remains a high risk of direct contact with this protozoan parasite which is ubiquitous in nature and man-made environment. This pathogenic FLA can cause...
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A Case of Deep Cutaneous Purpureocillium lilacinum Fungal Infection in an Immunocompetent Patient

Kim H, Cho GJ, Kim JU, Jin WJ, Park SH, Moon SH, Seol JE, Shin JH

Purpureocillium is a genus of saprophytic fungi that is commonly found in soil or rotting material. Although rarely a pathogen in humans, it can cause serious infections in immunocompromized patients....
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Isolation, Identification and Enzymatic Activity of Halotolerant and Halophilic Fungi from the Great Sebkha of Oran in Northwestern of Algeria

Chamekh R, Deniel F, Donot C, Jany JL, Nodet P, Belabid L

The Great Sebkha of Oran is a closed depression located in northwestern of Algeria. Despite the ranking of this sebkha among the wetlands of global importance by Ramsar Convention in...
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Tuber borchii Shapes the Ectomycorrhizosphere Microbial Communities of Corylus avellana

Li X, Zhang X, Yang M, Yan L, Kang Z, Xiao Y, Tang P, Ye L, Zhang B, Zou J, Liu C

In this study, eight-month-old ectomycorrhizae of Tuber borchii with Corylus avellana were synthesized to explore the influence of T. borchii colonization on the soil properties and the microbial communities associated...
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Cladophialophora lanosa sp. nov., a New Species Isolated from Soil

Das K, Lee SY, Jung HY

Cladophialophora is characterized by simple hyphomycetes with brown hyphae that give rise to branched chains of pale brown conidia and shows affinities with the Herpotrichiellaceae. A fungal strain belonging to...
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New Records of Four Species Belonging to Eurotiales from Soil and Freshwater in Korea

Pangging M, Nguyen TT, Lee HB

Four strains of Penicillium and Talaromyces species are described and illustrated in an inventory of fungal species belonging to Eurotiales. The strains, CNUFC-DDS17-1, CNUFC-DDS27-1, CNUFC-PTM72-1, and CNUFC-YJW3-31, were isolated from...
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Primary Amebic Meningoencephalitis: A Case Report

Chen M, Ruan W, Zhang L, Hu B, Yang X

Primary amebic encephalitis (PAM) is a devastating central nervous system infection caused by Naegleria fowleri, a free-living amoeba, which can survive in soil and warm fresh water. Here, a 43-year-old...
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Obesity and Erectile Dysfunction: From Bench to Clinical Implication

Moon KH, Park SY, Kim YW

Obesity is a major public health issue worldwide and is frequently associated with erectile dysfunction (ED). Both conditions may share an internal pathologic environment, also known as common soil. Their...
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Infection Source and Epidemiology of Nontuberculous Mycobacterial Lung Disease

Jeon D

Nontuberculous mycobacteria (NTM) are ubiquitous organisms that are generally found not only in the natural environment but also in the human engineered environment, including water, soil, and dust. These organisms...
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Molecular and Morphological Confirmation of Three Undescribed Species of Mortierella from Korea

Nguyen TT, Park SW, Pangging M, Lee HB

Three fungal isolates designated as CNUFC-YR329-1, CNUFC-PTS103-1, and CNUFC-PTS2-1 were discovered during a survey of fungal diversity of the order Mortierellales from freshwater and pine tree rhizosphere soil samples in...
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Characterization of Three Species of Sordariomycetes Isolated from Freshwater and Soil Samples in Korea

Lee SH, Park HS, Nguyen TT, Lee HB

During a survey of fungal diversity in the class Sordariomycetes, 3 fungal strains, CNUFC-KMHY6-1, CNUFC-MSW24-2-11, and CNUFC-GW2S-4 were isolated from soil and freshwater samples, respectively in Korea. The strains were...
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Diversity of Aspergillus, Penicillium, and Talaromyces Species Isolated from Freshwater Environments in Korea

Heo I, Hong K, Yang H, Lee HB, Choi YJ, Hong SB

In order to elucidate the fungal diversity and community structure in freshwater environments, numerous fungal strains were isolated from freshwater, submerged soils, twigs, dead insects, etc. Among them, the present...
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Fungal Endophytes of Alnus incana ssp. rugosa and Alnus alnobetula ssp. crispa and Their Potential to Tolerate Heavy Metals and to Promote Plant Growth

Lalancette S, Lerat S, Roy S, Beaulieu C

Soil contamination by metals is of particular interest, given that their retention times within the profile can be indefinite. Thus, phytostabilization can be viewed as a means of limiting metal...
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Archaeoparasitological Analysis of Samples from the Cultural Layer of Nadym Gorodok dated Back to the 14th-Late 18th Centuries

Slepchenko SM, Kardash OV, Slavinsky , Ivanov SN, Sergeyevna RD, Tsybankov , Shin DH

An archaeoparasitological analysis of the soil samples from Nadym Gorodok site of Western Siberia has been carried out in this study. The archaeological site was dated as the 13 to...
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Do Korean Medical Schools Provide Adequate End-of-Life Care Education? A Nationwide Survey of the Republic of Korea's End-of-Life Care Curricula

Kim KJ, Kim DY, Shin SJ, Heo DS, Nam EM

PURPOSE: Physician competency in end-of-life (EOL) care is becoming increasingly important. This study investigated the EOL care curricula in Korean medical schools. METHODS: Questionnaires were issued to the faculty members responsible...
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Prevalence of Intestinal Helminth Infections in Dogs and Two Species of Wild Animals from Samarkand Region of Uzbekistan

Yong TS, Lee KJ, Shin MH, Yu HS, Suvonkulov U, Sergeevich TB, Shamsiev A, Park GM

This study aimed to determine the prevalence of intestinal helminth parasitic infections and associated risk factors for the human infection among the people of Samarkand, Uzbekistan. Infection status of helminths...
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